MPhil (Validated University of Cambridge)
Students can study the MPhil in Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion at the University of Cambridge through us. This is a nine-month course with offers an opportunity for advanced study across the full range of subject areas offered in Cambridge’s internationally-acclaimed Faculty. Students can also study this course part-time over two academic years.
The MPhil has a modular structure allowing for a focused area of specialisation or an interdisciplinary approach and can be pursued through one of the following pathways:
- Anglican Studies
- Christian Theology
- New Testament and Early Christianity
- Old Testament
- Philosophy of Religion
- Religion and Conflict
- Religions of Late Antiquity
- Study of World Religions
- World Christianities
More information about this MPhil including fees is available here: https://www.divinity.cam.ac.uk/study-here/mphil
Entry Requirements for the University of Cambridge: https://www.theofed.cam.ac.uk/postgraduate/phd-cam/
All enquires to Dr Sean Ryan email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions – MA Courses
About our MAs
All our MAs are ecumenical. They are run jointly by tutors from across the Cambridge Theological Federation from a variety of theological backgrounds (Catholic, Orthodox, Methodist, Anglican, Jewish etc.).
We have four MA pathways: Spirituality, Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy, Contemporary Ethics, and Contemporary Faith and Belief.
What kind of students take our MAs?
Students come from a diverse range of backgrounds and include: returning learners, career change, professionals seeking development.
What will you learn on our MAs?
You will become a subject specialist but you will also learn about different methodological approaches that underpin each of our theology MAs, meaning that you will be equipped to take options outside of your specific field if you want.
How are the MAs course taught?
The MAs are delivered flexibly, and students can choose between a mixture of classroom and online/directed study (blended learning), and taking the MA through distance learning.
Some modules are delivered weekly, others are taught in intensive blocks.
** COVID-19 update: all our courses will be online until at least Jan 2022.
How are the MAs structured?
Each MA consists of four taught modules (2 compulsory, 2 optional) and a dissertation (15,000). It is normally taken over two years part-time.
What are the entry requirements?
Students normally require a good first degree (minimum 2:1) or equivalent experience. If you are unsure, contact us to find out if you are eligible.
Can I try out one of the modules to see if the MA is for me?
Most of our modules are also available for paying ‘guests’ to audit (numbers limited).
One module can also be taken as an affiliate student – which means the credit can be integrated into the MA when you enrol.
Who validates the MAs and how do I apply?
The course is validated by Anglia Ruskin University and students apply to study with us directly through the Anglia Ruskin website (see links below under each MA).
How much does it cost?
Full details can be found on the Cambridge Theological Federation website: https://www.theofed.cam.ac.uk/fees/
Who should I contact if I want to talk about this more before I apply?
For more information or to apply for this course please email Dr Louise Nelstrop: